7 Ways To Use Your Strains And Isolates

If you’ve ventured into the world of terpenes, than you’re aware that the number of terpenes is astounding. In fact, there are some 30,000 terpenes on record from around the world. There are an estimated 200 terpenes that have been found in cannabis plants alone. What’s more, you encounter terpenes daily, and you probably don’t even know it. For example, the park you run through three times a week has trees in it. Those trees emit aromas. Within those aromas are terpenes. The chemical compounds of terpenes are what trigger olfacion, our sense of smell, which is how you primarily enjoy your terpenes.

In this article, True Terpenes is going to share the seven ways you can utilize terpenes in your life. Not only are these wonderful chemical compounds aromatic, but they can help enhance other chemical compounds, causing what’s called the entourage effect. Nonetheless, here’s how you can use terpenes.

7 Ways To Use Terpenes

#1. Aromatherapy

For centuries, aromatherapy has been relied on to help heal the body and the mind. Over so many years, aromatic experiences have been a cornerstone to healing for many. These experiences have evolved into using terpenes for candles, diffusers, and incense so that you can fill spaces with wonderful scents. A combination of terpenes and other chemicals can create a relaxing or energizing olfactory experience.

#2. Pipe Water

If you smoke out of a pipe, you can add a drop or two of your favorite terpene strain or isolate into the water to create a unique flavor experience. Most people use the terpenes strain that’s similar to the strain they’re smoking — for example, the Banana Kush terpene strain. Others add a terpene isolate that enhances a certain effect.

#3. Beverages

Whether you drink juice or cocktails, you can add terpenes to your favorite beverages. For most, this means a drop or two in their morning tea or in their evening adult beverage. No matter your preference, there is a terpene that will fit your style.

#4. Massage Oils

Massages are a great way to rejuvenate yourself and enhance your healing process. What’s more, you can add some terpenes to the massage oil to enhance the experience even more. The aromatic addition to the dispelling of muscular energy grounds you for a softer, more thorough healing experience.

#5. Concentrates

Add a drop of your favorite terpene strain or isolate to your concentrate consumption. Create a unique flavor experience you’ll not find anywhere else. Want to feel a little energized? Add in a drop of the terpene Myrcene. You have complete control of your flavor and aromatic experience.

#6. Food

Whether you bake, cook, fry, or sauté, terpenes can be used to enhance the flavor of food. Imagine adding spices to your favorite meal. Now, you can keep your desired terpene on the spice rack so that you can include it on your salad, steak, or soup.

#7. CBD Products

If you enjoy CBD products regularly, you can test your favorite terpenes to enhance the flavor and aromatic experience of those products. What’s more, terpenes may enhance the effects of your CBD products so that you can experience the entourage effect.

True Terpenes: Your Natural, Organic Source for Terpenes

Do you want to give terpenes a try? Already a terpene connoisseur but looking for a new flavor? True Terpenes offers certified natural, organic, non-GMO, food-grade terpenes for sale online. You don’t have to wait to enhance your life with terpenes. You can shop our wide selection and choose the terpene that will give you the desired effect.

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